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Celebrating our First Award – NYIOOC 2024


As producers of artisanal olive oil, our journey has been one fueled by passion, the need to be part of something bigger but on our own terms, and a commitment to keep learning and growing. So, when news broke of our Gold Award from the International Olive Oil Competition at New York World (NYIOOC), it was not merely a moment of victory but a culmination of the last 4 years of hard work and devotion to our mission.

Being part of the rich tradition of Italian olive oil making has been a comforting ideal that has helped us going through the struggles of running an agri-business. Sometimes the only reward you get is from knowing you have done a good job. But when you’re surrounded by a community that holds an artistry and skillset, they act as a constant source of inspiration to do better. It’s a reminder that you’re doing something older and bigger than you.

So each bottle of our olive oil that we ship out contains a little hidden message: This is the best olive oil we have ever made! We really like it. Hope you enjoy it.



Olivando is proud to be a producer of Umbrian extra virgin olive oil. When London based writer Debbie Oakes asked to interview us for a piece in Prestige Magazine, we were delighted. In her article on lifestyle travel in central Italy, she shares insights from cheese makers to truffle hunters and of course, olive oil producers. In case you make your way here, she also offers a beautiful place to stay on the Umbria/Tuscany border.



It was a treat to be featured in the December 2021 issue of Oklahoma Magazine. We enjoyed sharing Olivando’s story with food writer, chef, and cheesemonger Amanda Simcoe. Olivando EVOO can be found in her shop in Tulsa, The Meat and Cheese Show.


Amanda is a member of the Osage Nation, with the lineage hailing from her mother, Susan Forman. Susan and her siblings have fond memories of trips to Pawhuska, where they would visit Grandma and Grandpa Revard. It was extra special to be interviewed by Osage News writer Natasha Lovato.

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